Blog Tag - Spring Festival

Throwback Thursday: The Joy of Celebrating CNY in a World Without WeChat
Throwback Thursday takes a look back into Beijing's past, usin
Surge of Returning Spring Breakers Cause Travel Chaos
If you're thinking now is a convenient time to go traveling, think again.
Did Beijing Seem Empty This Past Week? That's Because 8.48 Million People Left During CNY
After considerably placated attack from firecrackers and fireworks, Beijing seems much quieter than usual – shops and restaurants remain closed, t
Even When Not Playing, WeChat Still Wins the 2017 Hongbao Wars
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Beijing Pollution Hits 647, but Beijingers Bought Fewer Fireworks
Beijing's PM2.5 concetration reached a mere 647 micrograms per cubic meter at its peak during Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) celebrations, dow
Get Cooking Over the Spring Festival Break with these Chinese Recipes
It's no secret that many, if not most, of Beijing's esteemed dining establishments are about to close for Spring Festival (check out our handy gui
R Fun Day Trips to Make the Most of Spring Festival in Beijing: Part 2
Our roundup of fun daytrips continues (see part one...
Why Do We Call it Spring Festival?: The Origins Behind the Name
Has there ever been a blander name for a holiday than “Spring Festival”? What the hell does it even mean? It’s held in the middle of winter.
R Fun Day Trips to Make the Most of Spring Festival in Beijing: Part 1
If you're stuck in Beijing this Spring Festival, don't just spend it all at home sulking.
Throwback Thursday: A New Era For Buying Chinese New Year Fireworks in Beijing
Fireworks usage in Beijing is expected to decline once again this Spring Festival, a trend that shows a radical departure from just nine years ago
A Teacher's Advice to His Students for Staying Safe during Spring Festival
As a teacher at a study abroad program here in Beijing, I feel it's my duty not only to introduce the wonders of Chinese civilization to impressio
Here's What to Expect for this Year's Spring Festival Hongbao Wars
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New Pricing Policy May Not Make It Easier For You To Get A Didi
Chinese New Year is fast approaching, meaning a lot of Didi drivers are heading home.